Canadiens-Penguins: David Brings Goliath To The Limit.

May 11th, 2010 by Francois Gendron Leave a reply »

Monday at the Bell centre, one of the most intense and entertaining game of these 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs was disputed between the Montreal Canadiens and the Pittsburgh Penguins . The Penguins were looking to finish off the Canadiens in six games, but their plans were cut short by a determined team who refused to lose.

Michael Cammalleri opened the score early into the contest with a blistering shot that did not gave a chance to goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury . But the defending champions tied the game up at 1 before the end of the first frame when Sidney Crosby batted a rebound behind Jaroslav Halak. It was Crosby's first goal of the series.

The Penguins took the lead during the second period when Halak dropped Kristopher Letang 's shot. Already a fifth goal in the series for Letang who always seems to find the right time to score.

But this very exciting second period was far from over. Michael Cammalleri injected some more energy to the crowd with his second goal of the evening, tying the score at 2. Then Jaroslav Spacek gave the lead to Montreal with a shot from the blue line. The defense-men could not find a better time to end his 51-game scorele ...

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